January Wrap-Up 2021

January brought both severe highs and lows for me outside of the blog, and although I barely did any reading over the last two weeks, I enjoyed everything I did end up finishing in January. Let’s get right into it.


  • The Man in the Brown Suit by Agatha Christie (audiobook)
  • Evil Under the Sun by Agatha Christie (audiobook)
  • Why We Can’t Wait by Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Sula by Toni Morrison
  • Fake by Roz Kay (Blog Tour Review coming next week!)
  • The Unexpected Inlander by Kellyn Thompson (to prepare for my reading, review, and the publication of the sequel, The Modified Blueprint)

In my 2021 Reading Goals blog post I stated I would try to read at least six to eight books each month, so I feel good about accomplishing that.


I’m looking forward to the start of February, and bringing back that order and structure I set out to maintain at the beginning of January. I struggled with balancing things in my life over the past 31 days, but am more motivated than ever to move past this rocky stage.

Stay tuned for my February Reading preview this week, and some new photos on Instagram. Feel free to share any of your reading or blogging (or other) accomplishments, setbacks, goals, etc. from January or February in a comment below, and I’ll see you in the new month.

10 thoughts on “January Wrap-Up 2021

  1. Kristina says:

    Ohh that’s great that you got to accomplish your number goal of books read by month for this one!
    How did you enjoyed the unexpected inlander? I recall having quite enjoyed that one myself πŸ™‚

    Wishing you a nice february, and goodluck to move past this rocky stage ❀️ It’s not a fun thing to do, but you’ll be glad once it’s over im sure xx

  2. ericarobyn says:

    It seems like a lot of people have been struggling more than usual lately. I hope you’re able to kick the slump-ish feelings while also being kind to yourself to make sure to keep blogging fun! πŸ™‚ <3

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